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whoareyoumadeof.com/blog/2017/12/30/scandinavia-dna-ethnicity

This provided ample opportunity for Scandinavian DNA to expand along with the empire. Scandinavian immigration to the Netherlands – Recent Scandinavian DNA. One of the most recent trends that involved Scandinavian DNA moving about Europe was the immigration of as many as 80,000 Norwegians to the Netherlands in the 1600 and 1700s.

blogs.ancestry.com/ancestry/2012/06/22/got-scandinavian...

The latest Scandinavian blood that I believe I have is from Anglo-Norman families who came to the British Isles with The Conqueror. And they inter-married with other Britains. I might believe a tiny bit of Scandinavian, but I cannot believe that most of my DNA is derived from Scandinavia after over a thousand years of mixing with British blood.

www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/09/090924141049.htm

Scandinavians Are Descended From Stone Age Immigrants, Ancient DNA Reveals Date: September 25, 2009 Source: Uppsala University Summary: Today's Scandinavians are not descended from the people who ...

www.familytreedna.com/groups/scandinavianydna/about/background

Launched in 2003, the Scandinavian Y-DNA Project brings together people from Greater Scandinavia to explore the population history of North Western Europe using Y-DNA. The project is a geographic project. We encourage members to also join appropriate local geographic projects, haplogroups projects, and lineage projects. Which Projects?

dna-explained.com/2016/02/10/ethnicity-testing-a-conundrum

Barbara Mehlheimer, my mitochondrial line, does have Scandinavian mitochondrial DNA matches, but even if she were 100% Scandinavian, which she isn’t because I have her birth record in Germany, that would only account for approximately 3.12% of my DNA, not 8-12%.

www.familytreedna.com/groups/scandinavianydna/about

The Greater Nordic Regional Y-DNA Project (formerly the Scandinavian Y-DNA Project) is a geographic project. It welcomes members who have Y-DNA tested from both immediate and greater Scandinavia including all locations that are part of the modern Nordic Council.. Project members and the project administration team work together under the project Code of Conduct.

thegeneticgenealogist.com/2012/06/19/problems-with...

Do these comments reflect errors in AncestryDNA’s Genetic Ethnicity Prediction, or are there other factors at play? Caveats. Although I am not privy to the ‘behind-the-scenes’ at Ancestry.com, I don’t believe that there are serious issues with AncestryDNA’s Genetic Ethnicity Prediction.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_history_of_the_British_Isles

The genetic history of the British Isles is the subject of research within the larger field of human population genetics.It has developed in parallel with DNA testing technologies capable of identifying genetic similarities and differences between populations. The conclusions of population genetics regarding the British Isles in turn draw upon and contribute to the larger field of ...

dna-explained.com/.../ancestrys-mythical-admixture-percentages

I DO have Scandinavian ancestry (most of it through my paternal grandmother whose mother came to the U.S. from Sweden when she was 10). My DNA testing from them matches what my known genealogy says, with a couple of tiny-percentage surprises (a dab of “European Jew”, which group, they said, kept their distinctness).

www.ancestry.com/corporate/international/press-releases/...

The genetic make-up of the nation has been revealed – with Yorkshire proven to be the most ‘British’ region in the UK, while London is the most ethnically diverse and the East Midlands the most Scandinavian region in the UK.